The Google Summer of Code (GSoC) accepted projects have been announced and we will have 3 students working on jclouds related projects!
Last night we held a jclouds meetup at Cloudera offices in San Francisco. It was a well attended meetup and there were a number of new faces along with our more regular group of attendees. We recorded the whole thing with Google Hangouts on Air and you can get to know everyone in the first 5 minutes!
It's been a while since our last blog post, and lots has happened since then. There have been many things that have kept us busy, and finally, all the hard work is starting to show up. During this time, we've:
Everett Toews is hitting the road, getting some hands on keyboards, and really teaching developers how to use jclouds. He'll be giving a workshop titled "Solve the Cross-Cloud Conundrum with jclouds" at Gluecon this year. The session is on May 22 from 10:30 to 11:30 am in Breakout 2.
jclouds 1.6 represents 7 months of refactoring to essentially "reset" the project 4 years after its founding. The goal was to do less magic and be easier to code and troubleshoot.